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"Death Has Forgotten Me" - Declares A 179 Year Old Indian Man

Oldest Man In Human History Discovered At Age 179 In India, Says “Death Has Forgotten Me”



Mahashta Mûrasi is an Indian who claims to be born in 1835.

He is not only the oldest man in the world but also the man who lived the longest since the history of mankind (according to the Guinness World Records ).

According to the information transmitted, the man was born in Bangalore on January 6 1835.

He retired from active service in 1903, and for the past 112 years he has lived in Varanasi, where he worked.

According to World NewsDailyReport.com all official documents to identify this man support his version

"My grandchildren have died there a few years", “said Mûrasi.” In a way, death has forgotten me. And now I have lost all hope to die!

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